Bloomsbury Festival a Shining Success!

PF Events supports Bloomsbury Festival with technical equipment for the most sparkling festival yet!

The 2015 Bloomsbury Festival took place on 22nd-25th October and was themed around the subject of light.

The festival featured over 130 activities over the four days and was attended by thousands of people. Highlights of the event included:
– Light Up Store Street on the Friday night which had spectacular light sculptures installed all along the street.
– Soas World music stage at The Sparkling Saturday Hub
– Performances, exhibitions, activities and The Ministry of Bright Ideas at Senate House
– Jazz in the Park at The Radiant Sunday Hub
– Performances, debates, talks and classes at Conway Hall

PF Events were proud to support Bloomsbury Festival in partnership with Production Manager Jess Hudsley to provide staging, audio and lighting equipment for the event.

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Established in 2006, Bloomsbury Festival is a creative explosion of performance, arts, music and heritage events held in the streets, parks, museums, galleries, laboratories and public and private buildings of one of London’s most vibrant cultural quarters.

This area has a unique blend of academic institutions, businesses, cultural organisations and diverse communities. The Festival celebrates the best of Bloomsbury and its pioneering attitude. It’s not just a showcase for the area but a catalyst to bring together artists and academics, scientists and dancers, or musicians and publishers, to make new projects and to inspire and learn from each other.

Bloomsbury Festival works with many large and small partners to create and deliver the annual Festival programme. Each year they attract an audience of around 50,000 people.

The Festival also delivers community engagement projects which give a voice and new skills to young people, older people and disabled people. Outside of the Festival period they deliver projects such as the Festival in a Box into care homes.

Above all, the festival aims to be enlivening, engaging, entertaining, and fun!